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Hydraulics for Pipeline Engineers
This course may assist in meeting requirements for DOT Operator Certification.
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Covers basic pipeline hydraulics for engineers. Includes several design problems individually and in groups; problems include calculations for hydraulic gradients, pipe selection, telescoping, grade tapering, injection, and stripping. Also discusses equipment and methods of surge control. Participants receive handouts.
A key component of the class is the requirement that each student bring a laptop (or tablet) capable of running Excel or an equivalent spreadsheet App with ability to do advanced math functions.
Length: 3.5 days
Participants receive instruction in:
- Introduction to pipeline hydraulics
- Fluid characteristics
- Pipeline design codes
- Basic hydraulics equations
- Friction loss equations
- Energy considerations
- Hydraulic gradient
- Pipe selection
- Surge considerations
- System control
- Pipeline economics
Engineers new to the pipeline industry; those who need a practical knowledge of liquid pipeline hydraulics; electrical and civil engineers working on pipelines. Participants must be able to perform engineering-level computations.